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Discussion in 'In the News' started by Gunstar1, Jul 21, 2006.
And he used a knife...
Maybe it's time for knife amnesty
Or maybe the problem is knives are too sharp
At any rate, if the anti's were to be believed, Kennesaw would have rivers of blood flowing down the streets thanks to its gun ownership requirement (which I know was more of a statement than a meaningful law, but still).
next after knifes maybe they will take away clubs and base ball bats... then they will have to take away people hands and feet b/c you could use that as a weapon. oh wait just put everyone in jail then nobody can commit crimes. i think im on to something here
About 30 years ago, Kennesaw passed an ordinance requiring every head of household to own a firearm. The law is not strictly enforced, but Church said knowing that law is on the books has likely kept many criminals from preying on families there.
"That law has absolutely something to do with the low crime," Church said. "It's that and a great police force."
Re-elect mayor Church!
I used to live in Kennesaw and I must say it is a great place to live. LEO and every citizen I ever met had a positive outlook on self defense and being prepared.
I notice some of the same in gwinnett, but not like Kennesaw